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Pen to Paper (Orin Zebest/Flikr)

Clara Waddell, playwright

Clara Waddell is a Lutsen native and winner of a University playwriting contest.  The live reading of ‘Rooted Hearts’ will be April 24th in Minneapolis.  North Shore M


Great Expectations Charter School

School News from Great Expectations: April 3

Aram and Jonathan  share the latest from the Bear Cubs, Fawns, Wolves, Lynx, and Otters.


Peter Yarrow

Keeping the folk music tradition alive: Talking with Peter Yarrow

He was one-third of the iconic ‘60s folk group Peter Paul and Mary.


Sunset

West End News: April 3

There are definitely some trade-offs to living in the West End.  We get to live in one of the most beautiful spots on Earth.  We are


Cooper turning a bowl

Artist Open House features bowl maker Cooper Ternes

Cooper Ternes makes wooden bowls patterned after the Scandinavian tradition.


Sawtooth Mountain Elementary School

School News from Sawtooth Mountain Elementary: April 3

Louise, Hazel and Tate report the latest School News. 


Bald eagle on the DNR's eagle cam

DNR's eagle webcam enters a second year with success

Buck and Ann speak with Lori Naumann, Information Director of non-game wildlife with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, about the DNR's webcam documenting the lives of two bald eagles


Kenneth Newhams, founder of Duluth Shipping News

Duluth Shipping News founder weighs in on winter and troubled ships

Buck talks with Kenneth Neuhams, the founder and publisher of the Duluth Shipping News.


One of Sunny's Huskies

Sunny's Back Yard: Early Spring Challenges and Adventures

In this episode from late March, Sunny shares some the mental challenges of a lingering winter, and some of the adventures….


Kurt Carlson of Georgetown University

Study finds three reasons are more persuasive than four

Ann Possis speaks with Kurt Carlson, Professor of Marketing at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business and blogger for Psychology Today, about his new study which finds that the number three is


Park Manager Dave Tersteeg

Board reviews three parks projects

The Grand Marais Park Board this week reviews plans and suggestions for a parkside public access, a popup park and a tent for harbor park. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke park manager Dave Tersteeg.


Doug Jensen, Minnesota Sea Grant

Invasive species to be a summer-long topic on WTIP

Invasive species are hitchhikers and to a large degree depend upon us to spread them around, whether inland waters or Lake Superior.


Birch Grove

School News from Birch Grove: April 2

Chloe and Blake report the latest School News. 


April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.  Kind words and praise for both children and adults can play a role in prevention. 


Prof. Nigel Wattrus

Large "donuts" on the bottom of Lake Superior have geologic history

Scientists are puzzled by large donut shapes on the deep bottom of Lake Superior. But Prof. Nigel Wattrus  at UMD’s Large Lakes Observatory has a theory. WTIP Jay Andersen spoke with Prof.


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